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‘Don’t Show Me the Pee’ – Embarrassing Nick Kyrgios Moment With Girlfriend Shot Live on Netflix’s ‘Break Point’ As ‘Maverick’ Aussie’s Tantrums Reach New Level

Published 01/15/2023, 2:51 PM EST

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The Netflix Original ‘Break Point’ has a camera crew following the tennis players as they navigate through their ATP or WTA careers. In the process of filming, a lot of secrets are coming out. Showing the lives of tennis players as they work towards their goals, and some amazing conversations of the tennis players with their loved ones,  the whole docuseries has generated great interest among tennis fans.

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However, one such incident has come to fans’ attention in one of the episodes of the series, which some feel shouldn’t have been released to the wider public. It includes quite a personal conversation between the controversial tennis player Nick Kyrgios and his girlfriend.

What was this conversation about that made the 27-year-old a star for the first episode of the series?


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Nick Kyrgios’ awkward conversation with his girlfriend 

In the Netflix docuseries’ first episode, the main character of the episode, Kyrgios, is seen getting ready to play his first Grand Slam final. But before that, the Wimbledon finalist goes through a drug test. And regarding the same, there is an instance where Costeen is seen backing up the tennis player to quickly finish up with the anti-doping test.

She said, “They are just doing a urine test. He’s like 30 mils under. He has to keep drinking water.”


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Then the camera pans to the the tennis player’s video conversation with his influencer girlfriend where she says to him, “You need to skull the water.” 

To which the Australian player replies, “I’ve tried, baby. I’ve skulled two waters, one Pepsi and one juice. I’m trying.” And‌ shows her girlfriend the half cup filled with his urine.

Seeing that, his girlfriend laughed and said, “Well, just do your best. Ew, don’t show me the pee. I am doing my best. Yeah, he definitely needs to drink more water because it wasn’t looking too good.” 

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  However, the 27-year-old shared his worst experience of doing a sudden doping test once. 


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Kyrgios’ traumatic experience of a sudden drug test 

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It was in the middle of 2022 when the Wimbledon finalist was playing the Citi Open. Upon clearing the first round of the tournament, as the tennis player was getting ready for this second round against Tommy Paul. He was made to do something that was quite unexpected at that point of time for the Australian tennis player 

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Before his second-round match, the 27-year-old had to give a sudden midnight drug test. Moreover, he was also made to eat in a café, because of  the food shortage. The tennis player claimed that he would not have gone through such a hard time just before his match if he had been among the top seeded tennis players.

Did you find the coverage that Kyrgios received in Netflix’s ‘Break Point’ do justice to his personality on and off the tennis court? Did you feel that certain moments between Kyrgios and his girlfriend were best left out of the film? Or did you have no issues with it? Let us know in the comments below .



Pratishtha Prakash

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Pratishtha Prakash is a Tennis writer at EssentiallySports. She has completed her Bachelor’s degree in Mass Media and Journalism from MIT ADT University, Pune. In the past, she has interned at the sports desk of The Hitavada, a regional English daily newspaper.

Edited By: Arijit Saha